Residence Inn St. Louis Chesterfield
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... St Louis, traffic was quite heavy heading out of town but relatively light in our direction. Expect heavy traffic tomorrow AM as we have to go through St. Louis. "Abe" is still delivering MPG better than the published EPA rating of 27 MPG Highway. Got 28.6 at today's fill-up. Gas price is approaching under $3.00 at $3.069. Until tomorrow, stay warm ...
... we'll see... ;) I would have loved more time for us to spend in the Museum of Westward Expansion (which we visited after doing the tram ride to the top to take pictures), but we needed to move on to get to Kansas City at a reasonable time (and do our best to avoid rush hour). My favorite quote (as Amber had just watched a replica of an old-time silversmith talk to us) was "That was ...
We plan to stay around here tomorrow and will probably head down I-55 Sunday.
The motorhome with its new tires worked beautifully and we had no problems. Phil, who
is as handy as Ron isn't, installed a couple of grab bars in critical spots so we old folks
can maneuver more safely,
Except for the wind on the travel days, weather has been cool but very nice and will be
getting warmer as we move south. Thats all for now, TTYL
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Well, that's all for now. I cannot WAIT to get going and meet some incredible people while touring one of the most significant regions of the world. It's going to be epic for sure. Thanks for following along!
... to ensure that the constructed legs would meet, the margin of error for failure was 1/64th of an inch. All survey work was done at night to eliminate distortion caused by the sun's rays. Since the Arch was constructed before the advent of computer technology, relatively crude instruments were used for these measurements.
The Arch sways a maximum of 18" (9" each way) in a 150 mph wind. The usual ...